Grateful Dead Live at The Spectrum on 1987-03-30
- Joe D'Amico
- Grateful Dead
- DeadLists Project
It's All Over Now
Never Trust A Woman
Box Of Rain
Saint Of Circumstance ->
He's Gone ->
The Other One ->
Wharf Rat ->
Throwing Stones ->
Not Fade Away
It's All Over Now, Baby Blue
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|it's all over now|
|box of rain|
|st. of circumstance|
|the other one|
|not fade away|
|it's all over now, baby blue|
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- Philadelphia, PA
- Taped by
- Joe D'Amico
- Transferred by
- Joe D'Amico
- The Spectrum
Subject: just gotta poke around......
Subject: A New Dawn with Five Stars
I reckon Brent's playing better than ever too. Here, at last, he stretches out the solos. Garcia even cuts him off in Iko Iko.
Having bought the more than disappointing New Year's Eve 1987 disc, my faith in 1987 is restored. Now looking forward to hearing the rest of the Spring tour...
'It's like we have a new beginning,' Garcia said on June 16.
Subject: can not wait!
Subject: An undeniably kickass show
Subject: SMOKING show!!
Subject: need help downloading!
Subject: No argument here
Subject: Stellar Spring '87 Again! Steal this "He's Gone"
This is a hidden gem of a tour. What energy and joy here in this renewed band! I'm working my way through these spring '87 shows. I thought Hartford took the cake, but these Philly shows are fine too. This may be the best of the Spectrum shows. Great "Shakedown" but listen to that "He's Gone." Wow is that good. I'm not one to make "best" claims, but if you want a taste of how good this show is, listen to "He's Gone." There's a Nobody's Fault-like jam in there, and just excellent bluesy playing and energy. The "Saint" just explodes and post-space jam does not disappoint. "Truckin" is joyous and in your face and "The Other One" pulses and surges and actually stretches into some fine jamming and is an excellent 80s rendition -- See'87 does stretch out. In fact, the "He's Gone" through "Wharf Rat" is a classic sequence right out of the 73-74 era.
Five stars in the context of the late 80s -- tops most of what follows in 1988-90. These shows keep corroborating my theory that Spring '87 is one of the pinnacles(albeit a short lived one)of the 80s Grateful Dead.
Subject: fuck my face in half...
that being said...shakedown is always a spectacular way to begin a show and yes it is the jam. other people talk about the He's Gone on this night as being stellar and i agree it is ver good compared to other ones; however...the TRUCKIN'> OTHER ONE IS CAPITALIZED HERE FOR A REASON!!!!! 5 stars for PHIL here playin' like hes in 1973! Fuck yes....and i love The Grateful Dead! Peace
Subject: Joe does it again
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